Auconet, Now With Beta Systems, Showcases NAC for IT, OT, ICS & SCADA, at RSA 2018
Beta Systems and Auconet have forged a strong relationship over the past ten years, as Auconet software complements the Beta Systems Data Center Intelligence (DCI) portfolio.
“Auconet’s flagship product BICS, an easy-to-install tool that delivers complete transparency, security and control of complex IT infrastructures, is firmly established in the market,” comments Armin Steiner, a member of Beta Systems’ Board of Directors. “We see vast potential for this technology, especially since the number of end points is growing exponentially in the present age of the Internet of Things, etc., making it more important than ever for companies to introduce an ITOM platform.”
The Beta Systems and Auconet team have identified a growing need, beyond the enterprise – in Operations Technology (OT), Integrated Computer Systems (ICS), and SCADA-based environments – for the same robust, real-time network access control, monitoring, and asset management that has, in the past, only been available for the largest IT infrastructures. At RSA this week, Auconet will show how utilities, manufacturers, transportation, mining, and energy companies can all benefit from same 100% network visibility and control that banks, retailers, and healthcare organizations, among others, have experienced with Auconet BICS. In addition, they too gain huge productivity advances from being able to view and control all devices on a single pane of glass with navigable, drillable views, and great ease of use.
Auconet provides next-generation ITOM to Global 1000 enterprises, and small-to-medium size organizations, via its comprehensive platform for the integration of all IT Operations Management areas. Auconet BICS provides centralized, data-rich, visual infrastructure and systems control, via a single pane of glass, for an unprecedented level of IT and Industrial network management. BICS is proven to manage vast, global IT operations, covering 100% of their endpoints, devices, systems and IoT devices. Auconet is a business division of Beta Systems. For additional information, please visit: www.auconet.com
About Beta Systems DCI Software AG
Beta Systems DCI Software AG has been developing high-quality infrastructure software products and solutions for the reliable and efficient processing of large quantities of data for over 35 years, providing our customers with the means to best fulfill all legal and corporate requirements. Our multi-platform software solutions for z/OS, Unix, Linux and Windows environments automate, document and analyze business-critical IT processes in data centers of large corporations, IT service providers, public-sector institutions and mid-sized companies. Beta Systems’ data center intelligence portfolio focuses on output management and archiving, log/security information management, workload automation and job management.
Beta Systems Software Aktiengesellschaft (BSS, ISIN DE000A2BPP88) was founded in 1983, is listed in the Scale segment of Deutsche Börse, and employs more than 300 people companywide. Company headquarters are located in Berlin, Germany. The company, together with its self-owned subsidiaries and numerous partners, is active across the globe. More than 1,300 customers, all over the world, are currently operating over 3,200 installations in more than 30 countries. They employ products and solutions from Beta Systems to optimize their IT landscape and maximize security. The company is a leading mid-sized, independent European software solution provider that generates about half of its turnover abroad. For additional information, please visit: www.betasystems.com
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